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Vegan Snack Recipes For When The Football’s On

by Fabian Jackson

3min read

Here are our favourite quick vegan recipes that make the perfect at-home match day snacks. 

Whether you’re fully vegan or just trying to cater for as many people as possible, everyone will love these sharing plates and snacks even if you’re divided on who to support. 

popcorn mushroom bites

Vegan popcorn mushrooms

These vegan fried mushrooms are inspired by smoky, sweet, tangy Chinese popcorn chicken - with its crunchy edges and bursts of flavour.

vegan nachos

Loaded nachos

Smoky, fresh, cheesy and spicy vegan nachos - ready in under thirty minutes. These serve four people but in our humble opinion, the crispy tempeh in them makes it acceptable to eat these all on your own, on the couch, watching the match solo. 

bbq mushroom skewers

Barbequeued mushroom skewers

These satisfying and hearty barbecue mushroom skewers are what we'll be putting on the table at every single bbq this summer. They're smoky, salty, sweet and can be made outside on the grill as easily as they can be made indoors on a griddle pan if you’re not lighting up a barbie that day.

potatoes on a plate

Crispy smashed potatoes

This recipe takes roasting to a new level. These bright, fresh and vibrant smashed potatoes are twice cooked for the perfect texture - creamy on the inside, but perfectly crisp and crunchy all throughout the exterior.

korean fried cauliflower

Korean fried cauliflower

These irresistible bites are saucy, spicy and the perfect level of crispy. You will have no trouble clearing this plate. 

onion dip

Caramelised onion dip

his vegan onion dip relies on plant-based greek yoghurt and silken tofu, which come together to make a creamy, silky and tangy base for sweet and salty caramelised onions. Best of all, it turns a bag of crisps into a respectable meal and we’re always here for that. 

tomato dip

Sun-dried tomato dip

A creamy, smoky and rich vegan sun-dried tomato dip which is yoghurt, mayo and tofu free. Instead, it relies on cashews for their velvety consistency and mild sweetness.


By Fabian Jackson
Fabian Jackson

Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.

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